An evening stroll to the sea at Five-Penny-Borve, Lewis, Outer Hebrides.
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I had a fascinating afternoon with some of the archive group volunteers at Comunn Eachdraidh Nis (Ness) where I was able to sit in on the group’s activities. 407 more words
Though the traditions may not be as prominent in modern times, the tight-knit communities retain their history through age-old stories and traditional Gaelic songs. Local author and child of the blackhouse Calum Ferguson speaks (and sings) the stories of Scottish Gaelic: 61 more words
Known in Gaelic as Na Fir-Chlis, the Northern Lights are a common sight during winter on the Isle of Lewis, especially in Ness at the northern tip of the island. 410 more words
A motorist had a terrifying ordeal in an island village today (Tuesday). He was driving through Lemreway when he tried to negotiate the village’s notoriously tight hairpin bend as he descended from the hillside t-junction. 321 more words